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Mar 04, 2008
| ISBN 9780425220436
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Mar 04, 2008
| ISBN 9781101207062
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Mar 04, 2008 | ISBN 9780425220436
Mar 04, 2008 | ISBN 9781101207062
Water witch Isabelle Novak must form an uneasy alliance with earth witch Thomas Monahan to hunt and destroy a demon of tremendous power, even though Thomas’s very presence stirs deeper desires than she ever knew she had.
Anya Bast lives in the country with her Belgian husband, their tornado toddler of a daughter, and more cats, dogs, and rabbits than is sane. Ever since she was a little girl, Anya has told stories (much to her mother’s… More about Anya Bast
“Anya Bast tells a really passionate story and leaves you wanting more…the Elemental Witch series will be a fantastic read.” –ROMANCE READER’S CONNECTION “Deliciously sexy and intriguingly original.” -ANGELA KNIGHT ON WITCH FIRE
Letter from Anya Bast
When I’m writing a series like the “Elemental Witches”, I don’t always know which secondary characters might intrigue me enough to get their own story. But as soon as Thomas Monahan appeared on the page while I was writing the first book in this series, Witch Fire, I knew I wanted to get to know him better. In fact, I was so intrigued by his character that I knew almost immediately the next book in the series would be his.
Thomas was so buttoned up, so uptight, such a workaholic. Like the element he commands, earth, he’s very stable and steady—good qualities, though Thomas takes them to an extreme. In Witch Fire, his character was in dire need of a night absolute reckless abandon, something to get him to loosen his tie a little. What he really needed was a woman who wasn’t afraid of him, someone to ruffle his hair and turn his world on end. In Witch Blood, I needed the right heroine to make that happen.
Enter Isabelle Novak. Emotional, chaotic, impulsive and unpredictable, Isabelle is ruled by her heart rather than her head. And like the element she commands, water, she is changeable, flowing and, if you’re not careful, can slip right through your fingers. She is everything that Thomas is not and everything he needs—even if he doesn’t know it. On the other hand, Thomas provides a stability that Isabelle can benefit from. Her life has had little constancy and she’s suffered for it.
On the surface, Thomas and Isabelle seem like the worst possible match, yet they fill up each other’s empty places and they are explosive together. From the first time they meet there is a chemistry between them they can’t deny. They both know they’re taking huge risks by falling in love and both of them, Isabelle especially, fight it. But the attraction they share and the qualities they possess—qualities the other needs—keep drawing them together.
And a demon keeps drawing them apart.
In Witch Blood, Thomas, Isabelle and the Coven will face a threat even more dire than the Duskoff warlocks, a threat that wants to ensure that Thomas and Isabelle never get that happily-ever-after they’re working toward (despite themselves).
Both Thomas and Isabelle will have to reach way down deep inside themselves for strength not only of the physical, but of the emotional, to meet the violent challenge that a loose demon on Earth offers…and to save themselves.
I hope you enjoy discovering Isabelle and Thomas as much I did while I was writing them. Stop by my web site, www.anyabast.com, and drop me a note anytime to let me know how you liked Witch Blood.
Come along with Thomas and Isabelle and delve further into the world of the elemental witches. I dare you to go head to head with an Atrika demon.
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